Thursday, October 20, 2016

Color Burst: A New Jersey Farmhouse Tour

I love a home with unabashed splashes of color.  It is quite difficult to design a home with bold, contrasting hues and have the final result feel clean and tasteful- but Jeffrey Bilhuber managed to do just that.  Jeffrey was hired to re-do a family’s New Jersey farmhouse, and the bright colors dance from room to room: 

Right when you enter you see this stunning staircase landing.  The staircase is painted in a vivid green (Benjamin Moore's Brookside Moss) and glossy black (Benjamin Moore's Safety Black), and the Missoni stair runner adds an additional element of fun:

The family room is light and bright and carries in a bit of that beautiful green from the staircase.  The sofa is upholstered in one of my favorite indoor/outdoor textiles- Perennials Nit Witty.

The kitchen cabinetry is painted in a subtle white, allowing the glossy purple backsplash tiles and avocado green island to stand out.  The red barstools are adorable, too!  Jeffrey built the kitchen table at the same height as the island, so the two can be pushed together when entertaining.

The bright green Bridgewater sofa is my favorite single piece of furniture in the home.  The sofa is upholstered in Designer Guild’s Cassia fabric.  I love the Dan Walsh pieces displayed above, too!

Fresh lavender sits on each side of the sofa:

The library features purple walls, which makes the room feel more intimate and dramatic.  And any room looks fab when Stark antelope carpet is included:

The living room features double-height walls for a grand statement.  Due to the size, Jeffrey created several seating arrangements to break up the space and make it feel less overwhelming.

More pattern and color splash through the master bedroom.  I love that Bilhuber chose an old-world gingham for the draperies.  A touch of traditional in this otherwise bold and daring farmhouse is a welcomed touch.

Read the complete story and interview here.

Have a great Thursday!!



{all images via House Beautiful}
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